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  The Winter Soldier Take The Lead
       Pragyan Thapa  
    Film review

KATHMANDU, April 18:
The Marvel World never looked this good. From crisp VFX to a cohesively structured story, The Winter Soldier combines thematic brilliance with top quality visuals. The first Captain America movie may have introduced a template super-hero, but this installment puts Captain America into a proper resilience test. Here, we get a closer picture of both Steve Rogers and his responsibilities as the dedicated super-soldier Captain America – a patriotic figure always on duty.

More than just saving the world from an evil master-mind of a villain, The Winter Soldier serves a politically contextual stand on present day issues like unethical use of surveillance technology and the much anticipated debate on government secrets and the people’s right to information. Above all the chaos, Captain America is a metaphor for the endangered humanistic virtues of honesty and brotherhood. A reason why Captain appears more approachable than rest of the Avengers is that he thinks with a naïve but a truly justifiable standpoint. He’s the old-school definition of an ideal gentleman.

  Cine De Chef-Nepal's First Luxury Theater-opens
    KATHMANDU, April 18: A sophisticated cinema hall with luxurious seats would make a movie enthusiast very happy. Now add to that a food-on-order service at the press of a button. Ecstatic, isn’t it? This is what you can experience at Nepal’s first five-star luxury theater, Cine De Chef at Civil Trade Center in Sundhara, is now open.
Cine De Chef’s two halls, namely ‘Cine Theater’ and ‘Cine Dine’ were jointly inaugurated on Thursday by actors Madan Krishna Shrestha, Hari Bansha Acharya and Nisha Adhikari.

While ‘Cine Theater’ has a seating capacity of 169, including 40 plush sofas, ‘Cine Dine’ can accommodate 58 audiences, and as the name suggests, facilitates dining while watching a movie.

  Durbar Marg Street Festival Today
    KATHMANDU, April 18: To celebrate the arrival of Nepali New Year 2071, Pepsi is organizing the annual 11th Durbar Marg Street Festival, ‘Pepsi Buzz Fest’ promising lots of good music, fun, games and entertainment today at Durbar Marg.

The street fiesta that will begin at 11 in the morning will go on till late evening, will bring together India’s much loved independent rock band, Euphoria, and popular Nepali artistes like Kutumba, Nepsydaz, Indira Joshi, DJ BPM and many others to perform a rocking musical concert.

  Study: Snack Might Help Avoid Fight With Spouse
    WASHINGTON, April 17 : A quick candy bar may stave off more than hunger. It could prevent major fights between husbands and wives, at least if a new study that used voodoo dolls is right.

That´s because low blood sugar can make spouses touchy, researchers propose.

  Miley Cyrus Hospitalized For Allergic Reaction
    LOS ANGELES, April 16: Miley Cyrus is in the hospital and unable to perform her "Bangerz" concert in Kansas City, Missouri, as planned.

A spokeswoman for the singer says the 21-year-old canceled her performance Tuesday after she was hospitalized for a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics.

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